Erin Siu @erinssiu · 5d

New year, new me💁🏻‍♀️my #MSWL is finally live! Check it out if you'd like to know what I'm looking for. 📚…

Eva Scalzo 🇵🇷 @evascalzo · Jan 11

David Begnaud @DavidBegnaud

This day was dominated by Samaritans who gathered supplies, left their homes and headed into the earthquake affected zones to hand out what they could. We saw them everywhere along the southwestern coast.

#MSWL you guys. I want stories of people helping each other out during the hardest of times and finding love and friendship and hope in the face of trauma. Bonus points if it takes place in PR.

(I reopen to queries Feb 1st)

Penny Moore @literarypenny · Jan 6

I want a YA version of Never Let Me Go. Light speculative elements and haunting friendships/relationship. Kathy is a voice that still sticks with me to this very day. #mswl

Laurel Symonds @LaurelSymonds · Jan 6

Starting the New Year with some updates to my #MSWL: I’m primarily looking for contempory novels right now! Especially if they are upbeat & include: Sisters. Crushes. Friendship Breakups. Sex-Positivity. Gender Expression. Hopeful Endings. Kids/Teens Acting Like Real Kids/Teens.

Dana Chidiac @chidiaqian · Jan 6

Middle grade about the spaces where kids get to feel like themselves, like camp, or the treehouse they spent all summer saving up to buy with their friends (ahem) #mswl

Tara is open to queries. 🔮✨ @Literary_Tara · Jan 6

Tara🔮✨closed to queries. @Literary_Tara

🎉I'm OPEN for queries!!!🎉
So it's time for a fresh #mswl thread.

For Young Adult, I am really craving the following:
- Fun Historicals like A LADY'S GUIDE
- Best friend stories/platonic love stories.
- Contemporaries that make me cry.
- A YA Killing Eve!
- Stories for young YA (14 and 15-year-olds).
- As always diverse voices.

Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · Jan 3

Something I haven't mentioned but am really on the hunt for: MIDDLE GRADE STORIES. Contemporary, speculative, fantastical - I want it all.

Especially if it's about friendship, odd hobbies, or beginning to figure out who you are.

#MSWL #writingcommunity #amagenting #amquerying

maria vicente @msmariavicente · Jan 3

The query inbox at @PSLiterary opens on Monday, and I’m so excited to add new clients to my list in 2020.

Representation info and my updated #mswl is at the link below. Let me know if you have any questions.

Rebecca Podos @RebeccaPodos · 31 Dec 2019

As it was in 2019, so shall it be in 2020: somebody query me with a YA or NA about best friends as utterly fabulous and Eliot and Margo #MSWL

Cortney Radocaj 🏳️‍🌈💖💜💙 @CortneyRadocaj · 30 Dec 2019

YA fantasy! I’m all about witchy blood magic—darker is better (does anyone see a trend here yet). Queer! Enemies to lovers! Magic with consequences! Tangled friend/family relationships! Unique plot lines with lots of tension/conflict! AND DON’T FORGET THE KISSING I NEED KISSING

MistleTia 🎄 (Closed to Queries) @TiatheTiger · 26 Dec 2019

I finally updated my #MSWL page on my website:

I'm still closed to queries, but take a look and if your book fits, query me after January 13th! :)

Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 26 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year pt 5: stories with dual or multi-POVs, especially if it's a group of friends. I want to see POVs that bounce off one another, add tension, or really grow the dynamic between the characters.

Happy HollZABÉs ⛄️🌲❄️ @ZREllor · 23 Dec 2019

Nonfiction #MSWL—a how-to guide for making friends and finding social circles after college

Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 22 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year pt 2: feel good YA romance, especially if it's queer!

First crushes gone right, awkward pining, best friends to lovers, fake dating turned actual dating, I hate you but oh wait, we're actually similar af and I may like you.


Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 21 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year: found families, best friends who don't need to say anything to communicate, friends who live together because sometimes families are difficult.